VEBB provides a forum for the regular exchange of information on issues affecting the operations and marketing of voluntary worksite products and services.
With membership, voluntary and worksite professionals are provided a wealth of resources and experience as well as abundant networking opportunities.
Why join VEBB?
STAY CURRENT WITH INDUSTRY TRENDS, PRODUCTS, SERVICES AND TECHNOLOGY, AND ESTABLISH A NETWORK OF PEERS
Our annual conference is designed to address issues that are current and relevant to this specific group of professionals with open dialogue and engaged participants.
April 9 - 10, 2017
JW Marriott Indianapolis
10 S. West Street
Indianapolis, IN 56204
When I was new to voluntary benefits, attending my first VEBB meeting helped me quickly connect with others from the industry. I look forward to each year’s meeting knowing that I’ll see many familiar faces, make new friends, and leave with a better understanding of the important issues impacting carriers.
The Voluntary Employee Benefits Board has played a key role in educating voluntary carrier executives and giving them a forum to discuss ideas and industry developments. Every voluntary carrier should be represented at the VEBB meeting. In a time of tumultuous change in our business, this networking opportunity should not be missed. See you there!
If your company is in the market, even the periphery, you must consider attending the annual conference. You will meet people with shared interests who can provide ongoing support, help and great friendships. I would get far more out this conference relative to my business needs than any other due to its focus. Other conferences are also good, and can provide value, but this group is focused and relevant.
One major benefit of VEBB is meeting others who share a passion to make the voluntary benefits business better for our employer and employee customers. This provides a great opportunity to connect with people who deal with similar issues. The VEBB annual meeting is where these connections begin, but throughout the year members connect across lines, and we are all better because of this.
Interested In Attending?
In order to become a VEBB member, you must represent a company that is actively engaged in the manufacturing and distribution of voluntary, worksite products or services.
GET MORE INFORMATION
Recent Superstar Award Recipients
- Steve Worley - Texas Life
- Dick Ancy - American General
- Eric N. Taylor - The Cincinnati Life Insurance Company
- Debbie Cecil - Unum
- Neiciee Durrence - Unum
- Mary Walsh - Boston Mutual
- Robert Frary - Allyn Joyce LLC
- Marty Traynor - Mutual of Omaha
- Carroll Fadal - Texas Life
- Diana Thulin - Swiss RE